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Staying safe online

By Steph McNicol A cyber safety expert has warned families of the online dangers to children who have little understanding of the harm the digital world can cause. As part of National...

Barefoot Investor visits school

By Evelyn LeckieThe 'Barefoot Investor' walked into The Kilmore International School classrooms last week to teach grade four students how to save, spend and share their money.Teacher Jen Ling, was one of...

United Nations experience provides enlightenment

By Steph McNicol Selling raffle tickets, hosting sausage sizzles and doing volunteer work paid off for hard-working Wallan Secondary School captains who travelled to America for the Global Young Leaders Conference last...

Dob in racism

By Evelyn LeckieAS local governments roll out a ‘dob in racism’ reporting tool for Victorians, City of Whittlesea has jumped on board in assisting the Victorian Equal...

Kilmore confirmed Victoria’s oldest inland town

By Eden HynninenCAREER research scientist and previous Kilmore resident Martin Williams has discovered – after 164 years of speculation – that Kilmore is the oldest inland town...

Showcasing hidden talent

By Jackson Russell An art exhibition at Tallarook Hotel will showcase a range of incredible art created by participants of Goulburn Options Disability Services’ art program.The exhibition is part of the whole...

Instructors take home awards

Mitchell Leisure Services picked up two of the most decorated awards at the annual Aquatics and Recreation Victoria Industry awards night.Lisa Gawne received Victoria’s Most Valuable Employee while Lisa Higgs was awarded...

Positive partnership prevention

IN what would seem like an unlikely trio, Whittlesea police, high school students and Melbourne Playback Theatre Group have collaborated to build positive relationships between police and young people.

Baristas at Broadford Secondary

By Evelyn Leckie Broadford Secondary College VCAL students are using their training in barista courses for a good cause - selling coffees for teachers and students to fundraise for the homeless.VCAL students...

Artist paints with environmental message

ARTIST Med De Young noticed when she first moved to Whittlesea that the community house needed a splash of colour. Ms De Young, who had moved to Whittlesea from Preston, approached the...